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sympathies for what happened here in los angeles earlier today, to express his support, the family of the fallen, and to ensure that anything we need, we will get from the federal government. he also informed me that tsa administrator tom will be coming out here tomorrow to the scene. first our thoughts and prayers are 28 the families, loved ones, and the colleagues of the fallen. an attack like this tests our resolve. it asks who we are and how we respond to moments like this. we light a fire and in our recovery. it is a tremendous testament that today, a day that started with horrific attacks, is now ending with los angeles international airport beginning to reopen. this morning a gunman opened fire in l. xarks's terminal three, killing a tsa agent. the first to die in the line of duty. and shooting two other people at least one of which was a tsa agent. additional individuals have had minor injuries and have been treated. the airport police officers engaged the suspect, opened fire, wounded him, and took him into custody. the suspect has been identified as paul anthony ciancia.
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at the los angeles international airport. every time we turn on our tvs, there as new high profile shooting. is this the new normal? >> it is not. since the 1980s we've seen crimes exactly like. this angry, sigh could theic, depressed young men. mentally ill. haven't been treated with a triggering event that causes them on emerge and to rage, want to go out in a blaze of glory. >> reporter: the criminal psychologist says often at the peak of that rage, those peel have easy access to the deadliest weapons. collectively it has put america on edge. in connecticut, a student's halloween costume put a college on lockdown. in california, a deputy shot and killed a teenage here carried a fake assault rifle. even a break-in at the colorado middle school. >> we're jumpy because the impression has been created by interest groups that any mentally ill person might jump out around a corner and harm someone. that is false. >> reporter: why cannot our laws better address mental illness and gun violence? >> even democrats don't want to do this. you have democrats who are representing rural areas where the
not filed. and in a new interview with "the los angeles times," one time teammate cam kleeland said, i'm not afraid to say that he was an immature, unrealistic scum bag. cleveland adds, he was a locker room cancer. according to cleeland, he wanted to fight everyone all the time. a similar description sow to have what is seen in this one video of a shirtless incognito in a ft. lauderdale bar calling for any takers. >> who wants [ bleep ]? >> overnight in los angeles, martin's dad was asked about the controversy involving his son. >> have a good night. >> as the saga plays out, incognito has kept a low profile only seen briefly behind the wheel of his new black ferrari. cnn, miami. >>> did lee harvey oswald act alone? secretary of state john kerry weighs in. he said he has serious doubts about the assassination of john f. kennedy and this is a man very informed on this issue. we'll explain. >>> plus, part of a two-ton satellite is falling out of the sky back to earth this weekend. and it could land anywhere. >>> and why executives are sending their children to school that dramatically re
and director of children services for the county hospitals of los angeles. dr. sophie is "outfront." this was a state senator, a prominent family who ran up against the system. couldn't get a bed for his son. if he could not get access, what does it mean for people who are not as fortunate? who are dealing with children who could have horrific problems and be at risk for themselves or others? >> it is a reality. the unfortunate thing. there are no beds. when there is a bed, the criteria to get into that bed of a danger to yourself, danger to others or inability to care for yourself, that criteria is so stringent that it is very difficult to get to that criteria. there are many barriers to getting a child some help. throws the things we're seeing. no matter who you are, as you see with this instance, it doesn't matter. >> we hear these mental issues happening again and again. some people point to them as to why guns are used. in this case, a gun and a knife. aurora, colorado, newtown, connecticut, los angeles airport with the tsa a couple weeks ago. this is, we just keep hearing it
of rare. >> reporter: stephanie elam, cnn, los angeles. >>> and still to come, president obama praising this weekend's nuclear deal between iran and the united states. but it may all come down to one thing, whether iran keeps its promises when it comes to inspections. so is the united states really going to be able to inspect? or is that a big fat lie? >>> plus a country music singer shot and killed at bar. another person says he was shot in the back of the head. >>> and a san antonio police officer accused of raping someone. that story out front. and a choice. take up to 4 advil in a day or 2 aleve for all day relief. [ male announcer ] that's handy. ♪ [ male announcer ] that's handy. a place where luxury and nature is so hand in hand. ♪ a place where by doing nothing you can get so much. how to explain a beach hidden by the earth? some things can't be explained, you have to experience them. vallarta-nayarit, live it to believe it. hey, buddy? oh, hey, flo. you want to see something cool? snapshot, from progressive. my insurance company told me not to talk to people like you. you a
. according to the "los angeles times," quote, a number states that use their own systems, meaning the online systems are on track to hit enrollment targets because of the sharp increase in november. according to state officials. so just moments ago, i spoke to the u.s. senator from kentucky, rand paul. a staunch obama care opponent and i asked about the report because it is near and dear to his heart. one of the states that is outpacing is kentucky, your state. and they say the kentucky demographics have shown 41% of the people who have sign up were under the age of 35. that's above the magic number. 40% means obama care can work in terms of the young. and obviously kentucky seems to be exceeding that. that's pretty impressive. are you going to say kentucky is a success story for obama care? >> what i would say is that what is extraordinary about kentucky situation is that 40 times more people have been canceled than have signed up. 280,000 peoplee hadheir suranc cled und obama care and 7,000 have signed up. so the number being canceled dwarfs the number actually signing up. so no, if that's
not functioning and the cancellation notices. according to "the los angeles times" a number of states that use their own systems, online systems, are on track to hit enrollment targets because of a sharp increase in november. according to state officials. so just moments ago i spoke to the u.s. senator from kentucky, rand paul. a staunch obama care opponent. i asked him about the report because it's near and dear to his heart. >> one of the states that the say is outpacing enrollment estimates is actually kentucky. obviously your state. the say the kentucky demographics that have come out have shown 41% of the people who have signed up on the state-run web site were under the age of 35. that's above the magic number. 40% means obama care can work in terms of the young. and obviously kentucky seems to be exceeding that. that's pretty impressive. are you going to say kentucky is a success story for obama care? >> what i would say is that what's extraordinary about kentucky's situation is that 40 times more people have been canceled than have signed up. 280,000 people have had their insurance can
and director of children's services for the county hospitals of los angeles. dr. sophie is out front. this was a state senator, a prominent family who ran up against a systemers couldn't get a bed for his son. a connected guy who knew what he was doing. if he couldn't get access what does it mean for people who are not as fortunate, who are dealing with children who could be horrific problems and be a risk to themselves an others? >> it's a reality is the unfortunate thing here. because there are no beds. when there is a bed the criteria to get into that bed of a danger to yourself, danger to others or inability to care for yourself, that criteria is so stringent that it's very difficult to even get to that criteria there are many barriers to getting a child some help. those are the things we're seeing. no matter what you are as you see with this instance it doesn't matter. >> we hear these mental issues happening again and again. some people point them as why guns are used, why emphasized in this case it was a gun and knife. auro aurora, colorado, the navy yard in washington, d.c.,
, there are thing you can do. escape options. first, go around it. if you're flying to los angeles to new york or something like that, and you're connecting through cleveland, call your airlines. see if you can go through houston or atlanta or houston or somewhere that is legislation likely to have thought pressure on it. second, speed up or slow down. either go right away. get ahead of it wherever you're going. that may be too late right now. or slow down. would you rather sit in the airport all day thanksgiving eve or wait and go thanksgiving morning on a normal flight. yeah, it is the day of. but you don't waste hours and hours getting angry. and let your airline help you will these airlines do not want you sitting in the airport or on the ground any more than you want to be. many are offering travel waivers if you're going into the teeth of this that would allow to you change your ticket no matter what kind of ticket you bought. look at what the airline is doing. contact them. they only make money if you're moving and their planes moving and they want to it happen as quickly as possible. >
give the bargain battle a black eye. this ugly clash at a los angeles walmart two years ago was captured by juan castro. >> all the people just went in there and they just started destroying the boxes. >> reporter: all this for markdowned xbox games. >> people were fighting, trying to get those deals, and that's when some lady brought out pepper spray and just started going at it. >> my eyes are burning! >> reporter: was that moment a turning point for walmart? >> i think we could do a better job at managing crowds and helping customers get into the store, find the item they're looking for and get out. i think we learned a lot. >> reporter: walmart says this time, it's a calmer black friday, orderly lines through the store. shoppers will get wristbands and rain check tickets to ship items that run out. but what won't change are surprise deals through the store. >> 40 seconds and all the people went crazy. >> reporter: so protectably wild, that this dad brought his kids to walmart to witness the mayhem first hand. >> there's something about black friday, your integrity -- >>
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